Located in South Downtown Orlando (SoDo), right across the street from one of the most comprehensive hospital systems in the country, Orlando Health, this café is in the heart of one of the city’s fastest-growing business districts. Surrounded by historic neighborhoods, lakes, and parks, SoDo is a thriving market steps away from Downtown Orlando.
The SoDo district’s family-owned, neighborhood brewery with a warm & family-friendly taproom and an ever-changing line-up of small-batch beers.
An intimate and historic property, The Wellborn is a tucked-away gem in a charming garden setting in the heart of bustling Downtown Orlando. Within steps of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Church St, Lake Eola, Camping World Stadium, Amway Center and Downtown Orlando.
As a New American Tavern, Delaney’s specializes in “friendly fare & spirits”, providing patrons stylish cuisine in both small plates and sharables while serving amazing wine, cocktails and a wide selection of craft beers.
Brick & Fire
Brick & Fire Pizza and Pasta Parlor is Not a Chain. There is only one. Our dough is made by hand, every day right here in the shop using Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Live Yeast Beer from Orlando Brewing.
Delaney Park is one of Orlando’s oldest parks. Originally called Duckworth Park, the name was changed in 1959 to Delaney Park. Delaney Park is 7.25 acres of a blend of oak-shaded areas, ball fields, open space, playgrounds and picnic facilities. Limited parking is available on side streets.
SoDo Orlando Mainstreet District
SoDo District’s mission and vision are focused on embracing the history of the District while keeping an eye toward the area’s diversity and growth as an economic engine in the region.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
We believe a performing arts center should be more than a beautifully designed building. We believe in creating experiences that educate as much as entertain. And we believe in inspiring creativity with programming our entire community can enjoy.